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News Flash: dV Giochi Releases, Kinderspiel des Jahres

Deckscape: The Fate of London

dV Giochi Gen Con Releases
dV Giochi has announced three new games set to premiere at Gen Con. "A new title from our “pocket escape room” series, Deckscape: The Fate of London, a new expansion for the world-famous card game BANG!—Armed and Dangerous—and an expansion for the Dark Tales card game—The Little Mermaid."

Kinderspiel des Jahres 2017 Winner Announced
Brain Games’s Ice Cool has won the Kinderspiel des Jahres 2017 award. You can read our review in the Spring 2017 issue of CGI.

Gamewright Releases Qwingo
Gamewright has released a new ‘roll and write’ game. “Then all players write that number in the matching column on their score sheets. The key is that numbers must be placed in ascending order, so plot carefully or you’ll get boxed out!”

Renegade Game Studios Announces Planet Defenders
The board game company will release Planet Defenders, originally published in Taiwan. "In Planet Defenders, players pay batteries to control the three defenders, moving them among the planets and collecting energies."

New Release Date Announced for Hotshots
Fireside Games has announced a new release date for Hotshots: September 20.

Pre-Order Go Nuts For Donuts
Gamewright Games has a new game available for pre-order: Go Nuts For Donuts. "Choose carefully - if two or more players go for the same donut, nobody gets it! End with the highest score and victory will taste sweet!"

Game Suggestions for Waiting in Line
Geek and Sundry suggests five games to play while waiting in line at conventions. "Below is a list of simple, quick, travel-friendly games that you can play with your fellow line-mates."

Unlock! (iSlaytheDragon): “The puzzles in Unlock! are not brain-burning hard, but they do require some outside-the-box thinking. They stretch and pull players in different directions.

Burger Up (Meeple Mountain): “Burger Up has a lot of things going for it. The theme is killer, the art is amazing, and honestly the gameplay is good, if not great.

Star Trek Panic  (Sahm Reviews): “Star Trek Panic is such a ramp-up from the original Castle Panic that it is an excellent choice after you have mastered the original.